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With all the hoopla surrounding the new Camaro 1LE, let's look back at the original.
The story of the ZL1 Camaro, fitted with that rarest of the rare, all-aluminum 427 big-block V-8, is one that has often been told: How only 69 were made, how they exploited the GM option-ordering system, and how they've become the Camaro guy's ultimate Camaro.
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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Z28 is the most famous Chevrolet RPO (regular production option) code ever. No other option code has become so synonymous with high performance. Other option codes have been used for well-known packages such as Z22 (Rally Sport) and Z27 (Super Sport), but the option names/descriptions became famous, not the RPO number. It has also been said that 2 doors and 8 cylinders, but this could be a coincidence because 28 was the next code in line! A very nice menacing Dark Purple (Maroon) Camaro, with a multi-port Fuel Injection V-8, Leather and Leatherette Interior, and Alloy wheels. And thats the Cliff notes! Exterior Like a favorite toy, this was played with, then put away inside until its next playdate. A 72,508 mile car with straight body panels, which mind their gaps, nice dimple free lines, draped in Dark Purple which is showing very nicely. Screen darkened headlights hold guard duty on either side of the long swooped front nose/integrated crash bumper. Dual hood inlets back up to the black trimmed front windshield and tinted glass for the passenger compartment. A spoiler is on back and floats above rounded lines for the rear. Shiny BBS Design 5000 sport wheels are all around. Peachy...well, actually Grapey! Interior A swing of the door and you are met with clean smooth leather covered door panels on top with molded plastic black below for the pulls and speaker housing. Smooth, curved, form fitted leather seats in bucket style in front and back have been peppered with just the right amount of stitching to make them textural and interesting. Noted are manual seats, manual windows, cruise control, power steering and power ABS brakes. The standard dash fronts the seats and is very clean, with not even any dust collection on it. Within the center console is a B&M shifter with white knob topper. Black carpeting in very good condition floods the floor with its carpeted floor mats. The headliner is nice and tight, and Id call the interior all buttoned up without buttons! Bodacious.. Drivetrain Lets take a 5.7 Liter V8, strap on some Multi Port fuel injection, back it up with a 6-speed manual transmission and we are now ready for launch. Gnarly dude. Undercarriage Save for some expected surface rust on bare steel which is minimal, we are all clean and green underneath. Noting a few highlights, seen are a 10 bolt 3.23 rear axle. Independent front suspension, and power disc brakes all around. Divine. Drive-Ability A quick starter, and comfortable interior, grabbed me when I pushed the accelerator to the floor. Nice smooth power, shifts easily, and handles like its on rails. All functions working well and looking good. If you are in the market for a well preserved piece of bow tie mid 90s go tie, then look no further. This near minty condition car just rocks the exterior Deep Purple and interior Black/Graphite combo and has a nice ground pounder under the hood. A perfect combo to go for a weekend drive, and smoke some rubber, and turn some heads! Bitchin.
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